What was the speech of Nelson Mandela Class 10?
Ans- Nelson Mandela mentions ‘extraordinary human’ at the beginning of his speech referring to the inhuman practice of apartheid. At the end of his speech, the ‘glorious human achievement’ that he spoke of refers to the establishment of the first democratic and non-racial government in South Africa.
What is sa rich in Class 10?
(b) South Africa is rich in minerals and gems. (c) Mandela has always known that the greatest wealth of a nation is its people and not its diamonds.
What two obligations is the author talking about?
Answer: In the chapter the author has talked about two obligation for every man. The first obligation is towards his family, parents, his wife and children. The second is towards his community and his country.
What are Mandela’s two obligations?
Mandela mentions that every man has twin obligations. The first one is to his family- parents, wife, and children. The second obligation is to his people- his community and his country.
What are the two obligations that everyman has in life?
According to Mandela, every man has twin obligations. His first obligation is towards his to his family, to his parents, to his wife and children. His second obligation is towards his people, his community, his country.
What does Mandela mean when he says he is?
simply the sum of all those African patriots
What did Mandela mean when he said that he was simply the sum of all those African patriots who had gone before him?
By saying that he is simply the sum of all those African patriots, Mandela wants to pay his tribute to all the people who have sacrificed their lives for the sake of freedom. He says that he is grateful to those who had gone before him because those heroes of past had paved the path of co-operation and unity for him.
Would you agree that the depths of oppression create?
Answer: It is absolutely true depths of oppression create heights of character. Oppression can shake and destabilize ordinary people; but men of character develop their character to peak with the force of oppression. Gandhi would not have become a Mahatma if he had not faced the oppression of the British.
What comes more naturally to heart According to Mandela *?
According to Nelson Mandela, Love comes naturally to human heart than hate.
What comes more naturally to the heart?
“No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin, or his background, or his religion,” Mandela said. “People must learn to hate, and if they can learn to hate, they can be taught to love, for love comes more naturally to the human heart than its opposite.”